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Dollar and Yen Recovering Slightly in Indecisive Markets

The moves in the financial markets are so far rather indecisive. While US stocks rebounded overnight, Asian indexes turned softer. Dollar and Yen are recovering slightly after yesterday’s selloff. Commodity currencies are retreating. European majors are mixed. While Euro and Sterling advanced against the greenback, there is no follow through buying so far. Technically, EUR/USD …

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US 500 Index’s Downside Bearing Curbed as Buyers Step In

The US 500 stock index (Cash) is trading near the red Tenkan-sen line at 3,952 following an increase in risk appetite around a recorded 14½-month low of 3,809. The rolling over of the 200-day simple moving average (SMA) is feeding a dampening picture in the index, while the bearish 50- and 100-day SMAs are endorsing …

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Commitment of Traders Report (COT): CHF Bears Begin to Capitulate

Whilst the COT report shows us traders were their most bearish on CHF futures in 6-months, recent events and price action suggest some of those bears have closed out. Commitment of traders (as of Tuesday 17th May 2022): The weekly change for FX majors were relatively low, and all beneath +/- 10,000 contracts Net-long exposure …

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Swiss Franc Won the Week, But Aussie Could Jump on Turnaround Sentiment

It was another roller-coaster week. Swiss Franc ended as the strongest one after SNB Chairman Thomas Jordan surprisingly said it’s ready to act if inflation solidified. But it should reminded that he reiterated the readiness on intervention too. Euro was somewhat pressured due to selling in crosses. Dollar, Canadian and Yen were the worst performing …

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Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary: April Economic Data Show Resilient U.S. Economy

Summary United States: April Economic Data Show Resilient U.S. Economy U.S. retail sales topped expectations in April, while industrial production also grew more rapidly than economists expected. Data on housing starts, home sales and homebuilder sentiment, however, showed tentative signs of cooling. Next week: New Home Sales (Tue), Durable Goods (Wed), Personal Income & Spending …

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EUR/USD: Improving Techs Point to Further Short-Squeeze, But Fundamentals Still Rule

The Euro is standing at the back foot on Friday, following 1.2% advance on Thursday, but dips were so far limited, adding to positive signal from Thursday’s bullish engulfing pattern. Fresh bullish momentum on daily chart and formation of 5/10DMA bull-cross, underpin the action for potential stronger short squeeze. Bulls need repeated close above 1.30532/45 …

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GBPJPY Tackles 50.0% Fibonacci after Bouncing Off 100-MA

GBPJPY is confronting the 159.69 barrier, which is the 50.0% Fibonacci retracement level of the uptrend from 150.96 until the multi-year high of 168.42, which failed to close north of the 166.07-168.55 resistance zone that extends back to February 2016. The climbing simple moving averages (SMAs) are endorsing the broader bullish structure but it’s worth …

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